The Trias self-defined values are “strength, perfection, innovation and last but not least respect”. The models, with tightly tied buns and an air of serious sophistication certainly demanded the respect of the room. Rooted in suede pumps, they wore silks and wools in a neutral palette of grays, browns, and blacks with some rich greens and grayish blues. Delicately spun sheer long-sleeved high-necked shirts peaked out from under a collection of conical dresses and skirts, a couple of chunky sweater-coats, and statement jackets. Classic pieces were skewed towards modernity with asymmetric touches through cross-body draping and dramatically uneven collars. Looks balanced between feminine and authoritative, tailored and fluid, rustic and polished. Blouses buttoned to the top and a couple of secretary dresses screamed “office” but the natural colors, wools, and outerwear seemed best suited for a forest. The Scottish Green Double Apribile Pleated Sleeves Coat stole the show (or at least my heart) and would be perfect in either place, and anywhere in between.